‘Ford v Ferrari’ feels like you’re in the driver’s seat

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Christian Bale in “Ford v Ferrari.” Credit: Merrick Morton.

Our critics review “Ford v Ferrari,” starring Matt Damon as a British race car driver and Christian Bale as his car designer, and together they build a historic vehicle for Ford Motor Co. that competes against Enzo Ferrari’s cars in the 24-hour Le Mans race in 1966 France; “Waves,” about a suburban African American family going through a tragic loss in Florida; “I Lost My Body,” an animated French thriller about a severed hand that tries finding its body again; and “Charlie’s Angels,” starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska, who protect civilians against a dangerous technology. 


Jacqueline Coley - Editor, Rotten Tomatoes - @THATJacqueline, Amy Nicholson - film critic for the Guardian and host of the podcast “Unspooled” - @theAmyNicholson

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